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January 2nd, 2009 #1
WTF!! Two days left to complete three people and a background.YAY for stupid....
ughhh to lazy to edit the last thread on this CHOW, seeing as I changed almost everything. Ok here's the new idea. I need to make sure it's anatomically correct. I am trying to take the advice of several people into consideration on the depth issue. Fiddling around with the skins and textures hoping that they look more realistic. so any and all advice is welcome.
Last edited by spaztastic; January 2nd, 2009 at 01:24 PM. Reason: forgot to add the damn picture..stupid sleep deprivation!!!
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January 2nd, 2009 #3
yeah I am gonna do that with the ribcage... I still have to put a dress on her though... would you mind helping me with the Christmas future? I can't find a good position for him... I want him laying down kinda leaning on a wall. I just don't know how to go about getting it to look good...as you can see.
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ahhaha got ya. see I am gonna use the candle snuff for his barf can... so gotta add that in still. now does his position look alright? or should I change it up a bit?
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January 2nd, 2009 #10
Spaz, I'm in the same boat. Only two days and I have to draw two of the characters still and all of the bg. Ugh ;_;
Like I said in the chow thread, those faces are hilarious. That paintover solves some issues, but another thing to look at is the girls front leg. It's pretty thick. The thigh is thicker than her waist and the calf is almost that thick. Since the rest of your painting is realism, I'd maybe work on that area a tad.
Otherwise, I really think it's looking great!
'Cuz life is full of your regrets, and I should be one...
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January 2nd, 2009 #11
Is the girl meant to be kicking that dude on the ground in the chin? If not, I suggest you more that foot away because it looks like she is.
Also, you've drawn the body at least mostly front on, but the leg that's lifted looks like it's from the side. I tried to put my leg befind my other one like that, and it doesn't work. Just a bit of foreshortening to make it look like the leg is going away from us rather than parallel to the viewer.
January 2nd, 2009 #12
ayem could you do a PO the ref I am using is really odd that way with the leg...
January 2nd, 2009 #13
Alright, my friend...This is what I see.
The woman's neck placement looks a bit off, the breast are looks at a different inclination from the belly/hips area.
I really like the way you made the belly, protuding in a natural fashion.
The standing man's pose is a bit stiff, to me.
His feet are very big and his legs looks a bit long to me, as well.
There's something about the junction between the right deltoid and the trap.
Hope I can help...